Saturday, 31 October 2015

EducationHQ Australia - London: Where to Live

EducationHQ Australia - London: Where to Live

... After staying in the hostel I moved to Clapham for about 4 months, then moved to Kennington for about a month and then went back down to South West and I've ... 

Time Out Love London Awards

Time Out Love London Awards



Have you done your voting yet?
As you may know we have been short-listed!
We rely on word of mouth and your vote counts; voting ends October 31st - so if you haven't yet .. there is still time. 

Vote for Amici Italian Restuarant, Courtyard & Wine Bar at 

Much appreciated by us all at Amici. 

ps:
Hope you can join us for gruesome fun Halloween Night on Saturday 31st. 
The Addams Family will be looking after you with some horrilicious dishes 😈 

How Croydon's grass roots art scene bloomed - The Croydon Citizen

How Croydon's grass roots art scene bloomed - The Croydon Citizen

... On Tuesday 13th October, I ended a history walk through Vauxhall and Kennington at his newly opened Newport Street Grallery, close to ... 

Kennington and Brockwell Parks Tennis League - Singles Round 32 | Local Tennis Leagues

Kennington and Brockwell Parks Tennis League - Singles Round 32 | Local Tennis Leagues

A couple of attendance blips but overall this was another successful round for Kennington & Brockwell - thank you all for taking the league from ... 

Friday, 30 October 2015

Flooding 'heat map' shows areas at risk by 2050 | London - ITV News

Flooding 'heat map' shows areas at risk by 2050 | London - ITV News

... Flood in Kennington. A postman walks through floodwater on Clapham Road, in Kennington, as a result of a burst water main. Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire. ...

Coco Chanel’s passion for black and white inspires designers and modern interiors | Homes & Property

Coco Chanel’s passion for black and white inspires designers and modern interiors | Homes & Property

... Harmonious pairing: designer Sue Timney's inspired interiors for the water tower house in Kennington, which featured in Grand Designs, include bold ... 

Two doctors and a stonemason - how to take on the Young Vic and the Scottish Play | South London Press

Two doctors and a stonemason - how to take on the Young Vic and the Scottish Play | South London Press

... Doctor Mike Waller, from Kennington, who plays Macbeth, said: “I arrived
at the auditions with a viral infection, and continued to sweat until
the final curtain-call through physical and emotional exertion.  ... 

Battersea Power Station: Key to increasing housing supply is investment in transport infrastructure - CBI

Battersea Power Station: Key to increasing housing supply is investment in transport infrastructure - CBI

(Source. CBI - Confederation of British Industry). CBI London. 29 October 2015 ... As a consequence the turning point in the history of this site came in the form of the Northern Line Extension – an extension from Kennington which at a stroke puts people living or working at Battersea and Nine Elms within 15 minutes of the City and the West End, without having to change lines ... 

Oval and Kennington Development Area Consultation | Lambeth news

Oval and Kennington Development Area Consultation | Lambeth news

People have the chance to give their views on a draft masterplan for the Oval and Kennington area which has the potential to become the biggest ... 

Thursday, 29 October 2015

Bar news | Bartenders set to compete in Beefeater Gin UK final

Bar news | Bartenders set to compete in Beefeater Gin UK final

The national final will take place on November 4 at the Beefeater distillery in Kennington, London, where a winner will be chosen to represent the UK at the ... 

Royal Vauxhall Tavern: London's oldest gay venue gets listed status and reprieve from redevelopment | London | News | London Evening Standard

Royal Vauxhall Tavern: London's oldest gay venue gets listed status and reprieve from redevelopment | London | News | London Evening Standard

Rob Holley, spokesman for the Future of the Royal Vauxhall Tavern campaign, told the Standard that since the pub on Kennington Lane was given Grade-II ... 

Rare Albion programme originally costing tuppence sells for £20,000 « Express & Star

Rare Albion programme originally costing tuppence sells for £20,000 « Express & Star

The match was played at the Kennington Oval, now the Test-playing home of Surrey County Cricket Club, to a crowd of 15,000 on April 3. They beat Aston Unity, ... 

Cops on the hunt for the Elephant and Castle jewellery snatchers - Southwark News

Cops on the hunt for the Elephant and Castle jewellery snatchers - Southwark News

Love London Awards - voting closes soon!


Love London Awards - voting closes soon!


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It's the final countdown!

We're three weeks into the voting stage of this year's Love London Awards and things are getting INTENSE, with local venues campaigning hard to woo the public vote. Some are offering free coffees, others free hugs, others just smugly hoping for the best.

Very soon, they'll find out if it's all been worth it, and there's still time for you to make a difference. Polls close at midnight on October 31, meaning this is your last chance to shout about the local restaurants, bars, cafés, shops and cultural institutions that make your part of the city a great place to live.

So go forth, vote, and spread the #LoveLondonAwards word!
VOTE HERE FOR THE CINEMA MUSEUM

Wednesday, 28 October 2015

The future of Knight's Walk

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Lesley Johnson - London Borough of Lambeth knightswalk@lambeth.gov.uk




After a long and extensive period of consultation we are now in a position to confirm the proposal which will be put forward to the 9th November Council Cabinet meeting. This proposal would see:
  • The partial redevelopment of Knight’s Walk;
  • The following homes would be demolished and replaced: 5a - f, 7, 9, 11a - f, 13, 15, 17 and 19 Knight's Walk;
  • The following homes would be retained: 1, 2, 3 Kempsford Road, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 16, 18 and 20 Knight's Walk;
  • Subject to planning, a total of 82 new homes would be built with 64 additional homes, of which at least 25 will be at Council level rents.

After the Cabinet meeting on the 9th we will be in touch again with the outcome of that meeting along with information on what will be happening as a consequence. To provide as much certainty as possible at this stage we have put together an indicative timeline of what we expect to happen if the Council Cabinet agrees to these proposals.

• Appointment of Development Manager by December 2015
• Masterplanning through to Summer 2016
• Confirm masterplan and business plan September 2016
• Planning application December 2016
• Start building Summer 2017

This means we do not expect any building work to start until the Summer of the 2017. Depending on the outcome of the 9th November Cabinet meeting we will be developing a further engagement programme for the project.

Thank you for taking part in the discussions to date.

Yours sincerely,

Lesley Johnson

Capital Programme Manager
Major Capital Programmes Division
Neighbourhoods & Growth
London Borough of Lambeth
Mobile: 07956 645904
Email: ljohnson3@lambeth.gov.uk
Web: estateregeneration.lambeth.gov.uk/knights_walk
Have a question about the Estate Regeneration programme? Then go to: estateregeneration.lambeth.gov.uk/faqs

Kinky Malinki Xmas Party in Kennington | Details & ticket prices

Kinky Malinki Xmas Party in Kennington | Details & ticket prices

See Kinky Malinki Xmas Party in Kennington - event details, location, entry prices and contact phone number. 

The Cinema Museum: Scalarama survey

If you attended one of our events at the Cinema Museum in September you can fill in the Scalarama survey and win prizes.
The survey is available here: bit.ly/scurvey.
There's one prize of a haul of Eureka/Second Run/Arrow DVDs to win! 


Thank you for attending one of the 500 events as part of Scalarama 2015, a Celebration of Cinema across the UK during September.

We’d really appreciate your feedback to help us develop and find support for future seasons. Your answers will be confidential and will only be used for research and development purposes by Scalarama, BFI and the event organisers involved.

Thanks for your time and don’t forget to add your email address if you’d like to be entered into a prize draw to win a huge bundle of movie goodies! See http://www.scalarama.com/survey for more details.

The Misty Moon Film Society Presents An Audience With Lynn Lowry » The Cinema Museum, London

The Misty Moon Film Society Presents An Audience With Lynn Lowry » The Cinema Museum, London






The Misty Moon Film Society  Presents An Audience With Lynn Lowry Fri 13th Nov 20:00


Lynn Lowry, star of two key 1970s horror films, George A. Romero’s The Crazies and David Cronenberg’s Shivers, will be taking part in a Q&A with Misty Moon’s MC Chris Collins.
During the Q&A there will be a special screening of Lynn’s new film,
The Peripheral and Lynn will also be giving a rare live performance from her short film, The Whole Town Is Sleeping  She will also be holding a paid signing  after the Q&A.
Doors open at 19.30 for a 20.00 start.


Screening of The Crazies (1973) » The Cinema Museum, London

Screening of The Crazies (1973) » The Cinema Museum, London

Screening of The Crazies (1973)

Fri 13th Nov 17:00


The Crazies is a 1973 science fiction horror-action film about the effects of the accidental release by the military of a biological weapon upon the inhabitants of a small American  town.This cult classic film was written and directed by George A. Romero and starred  Lane Carroll, Will MacMillan, Harold Wayne Jones and Lynn Lowry, who will be making a  personal appearance at 20.00 (separate ticket required).
Doors open at 16.30 for a 17.00 start.

Written In Dust » The Cinema Museum, London

Written In Dust » The Cinema Museum, London


Written In Dust Thu 12th Nov 19:30


Written In Dust is event cinema and music performance: a contemporary silent film set in Beijing with live music performance, which is a fusion of traditional Chinese and modern British music, composed and performed by classical Chinese musician Ling Peng and pianist/guitarist Andy Middleton. The film tells the tragic tale of three young Chinese rural migrants who come in search of the new life that modern Beijing promises. The tensions created by the pursuit of money and the repression of love lead to moral corruption, betrayal, lies and the ultimate tragedy. The film  repositions and reinvigorates the silent genre as a contemporary storytelling genre, encouraging the creation of new musical composition, collaboration and improvisation. Performance followed by Q&A with the film director, Gareth Rees, and musicians.
Doors open at 18.30 for a 19.30 start.

Kennington Bioscope presents The Signal Tower (1924) » The Cinema Museum, London

Kennington Bioscope presents The Signal Tower (1924)

Wed 11th Nov 19:30


The main feature is The Signal Tower (1924), directed by Clarence Brown, and starring  Virginia Valli, Rockliffe Fellowes, Frankie Darro and Wallace Beery. The film is  introduced by Kevin Brownlow.
Doors open at 6:30pm for a 7:30pm start. Entrance is £4, £3 of which goes to the   Museum. If you would like to come along then please email us at  kenbioscope@gmail.com to request seats. (Please supply a name and email for each seat reserved please.)

Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Morley Gallery : London Potters Annual Open Members’ Exhibition

Morley Gallery : London Potters Annual Open Members’ Exhibition

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11 Nov
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25 Nov

Morley Gallery : London Potters Annual Open Members’ Exhibition

11 – 25 November 2015 | Showcasing the
work of 90 members of the society, the exhibition offers wide spectrum
of ceramics ranging from traditional to contemporary designs, from
sculptural pieces to functional ware

Morley Gallery,
61 Westminster bridge road,
London,
SE1 7HT
 

Lunchtime Concert: Piano Master class

Lunchtime Concert: Piano Master class

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10 Nov

Lunchtime Concert: Piano Master class

Weekly free concert

Holst Room,
Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Road,
London,
SE1 7HT
 

Display Cases ; Shine 2015

Display Cases ; Shine 2015

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05 Nov
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24 Nov

Display Cases : Shine 2015

5 – 24 November 2015 | Morley's jewellery section's annual Christmas exhibition

Display Cases,
Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Road,
London,
SE1 7HT
 

Cardew Space : Ebb and Flow

Cardew Space : Ebb and Flow

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03 Nov
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04 Dec

Cardew Space : Ebb and Flow

3 November - 4 December 2015 | Exploration in pattern and print of the river Thames by Textile Foundation students

Morley College,
61 Westminster Bridge Road,
London,
SE1 7HT
 

Lunchtime Concert: Songs of Douglas Lilburn

Lunchtime Concert: Songs of Douglas Lilburn

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03 Nov

Lunchtime Concert: Songs of Douglas Lilburn

Weekly free concert

Holst Room,
Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Road,
London,
SE1 7HT
 

Connect & Discover: Dragon Cafe@Morley College

Connect & Discover: Dragon Cafe@Morley College

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30 Oct

Connect & Discover: Dragon Cafe@Morley College

A support group facilitated by the Dragon Cafe, part of our Connect & Discover project.

Refectory,
Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Road,
London,
SE1 7HT
 

Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair Kennington, London Kennington SE11 Greater London

Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair Kennington, London Kennington SE11 Greater London

Missing Cat Kennington, London SE11 All black shorthair moggy cat with little white patches on chest and belly. Small cat but slightly overweight. 

Monday, 26 October 2015

Bar staff - Full & Part time hours available | Shepherd Neame

Bar staff - Full & Part time hours available | Shepherd Neame
Pub/Hotel: Prince of Wales, Kennington
Dedicated and reliable team members required


Teenager stabbed at Elephant & Castle [20 October 2015]

Teenager stabbed at Elephant & Castle [20 October 2015]

Four violent robberies around Elephant & Walworth - police appeal [22 October 2015]

Four violent robberies around Elephant & Walworth - police appeal [22 October 2015]

* Violent robberies around Elephant & Walworth - appeal

Read more at: http://www.London-SE1.co.uk/news/view/8496?mc_cid=d4d55d6342&mc_eid=[UNIQID] 

Bonham London to Brighton Veteran Car Run at Westminster Bridge [1 November]

Bonham London to Brighton Veteran Car Run at Westminster Bridge [1 November]

BONHAM LONDON TO BRIGHTON VETERAN CAR RUN

Sunday 1 November

Cars leave Hyde Park 6.56am-8.30am and cross Westminster Bridge soon after

See 500+ veteran cars - up to 118 years old - pass through the streets of North Lambeth. A celebration of the Emancipation Run held in 1896. Thirty vehicles travelled the 60-miles from London to Brighton to mark the passing into law of the Light Locomotives Act which raised the speed limit from 4mph to 14mph and did away with the requirement for a person to walk in front of a vehicle waving a red flag

to warn other road users. The first reenactment was in 1927 and the LBVCR has been held every year except during World War II and in 1947 due to fuel rationing. Route crosses Westminster Bridge then via Westminster Bridge Road and Kennington Road. This year's theme is celebrating veteran vehicles manufactured in the USA.

Info & map: http://www.London-SE1.co.uk/whatson/event/16712?mc_cid=d4d55d6342&mc_eid=[UNIQID]

REVIEW: Kathy Kirby Icon, White Bear Theatre ✭✭

REVIEW: Kathy Kirby Icon, White Bear Theatre ✭✭

They say that two heads are better than one, and I headed to the White Bear in Kennington, to see if their double bill of musical theatre would prove the maxim to ... 

Sunday, 25 October 2015

Concert for Syria 15 November at 18:00 St. Mary Newington, 57 Kennington Park Road, London SE11 4JQ


To raise funds for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees. 
Music for reflection, meditation and prayer performed by musicians from Southwark Music Service and the choir of St. Mary’s.

Saturday, 24 October 2015

The Cinema Museum on Twitter: "The Museum has been shortlisted for a Time Out Love London Award 2015 #lovelondonawards. Vote for us by Oct 31 at https://t.co/uTv4alSOIW."

The Cinema Museum on Twitter: "The Museum has been shortlisted for a Time Out Love London Award 2015 #lovelondonawards. Vote for us by Oct 31 at https://t.co/uTv4alSOIW."

The Cinema Museum has been shortlisted for a Time Out Love London Award 2015.
Voting ends on October 31st, so please vote for us at www.timeout.com/lovelondon.
Go to Kennington and Elephant and Castle and pick Local Culture.
Thank you for all your support!!

Oh! What A Carry On » The Cinema Museum, London

Oh! What A Carry On » The Cinema Museum, London

Oh! What A Carry On
Sun 8th Nov 12:00-17:00


Oh! What a Carry On is an unofficial celebration of classic British comedy and the Carry On film franchise. Throughout the day you’ll have the opportunity to meet a variety of celebrity guests including Barbara Windsor, Madeline Smith, Valerie Leon, Hugh Futcher, Georgina Moon, Peter Quince and Don McCorkindale. The day will also include presentations, Q&A sessions, book signings and dealers including Fantom Publishing. More details can be found on the Fantom Films website.
Doors open at 11.30, for a 12.00 start. Free event. Donations to The Cinema Museum are encouraged.

Sarah Waters’ Film Night » The Cinema Museum, London

Sarah Waters’ Film Night » The Cinema Museum, London

Sarah Waters’ Film Night Sat 7th Nov 19:30


The Cinema Museum is delighted to welcome award winning author Sarah Waters for the very first of our ‘Desert Island Flicks’ events. Acclaimed for her best selling novels Tipping The Velvet, Affinity, Fingersmith, The Night Watch, The Little Stranger and The Paying Guests (several of which have been adapted for the screen) Sarah discusses the movies that have entertained and inspired her. Sarah will be showing clips from her favourite films and discussing her choices on stage.
Doors open at 18.30, for a 19.30 start.


Home Movie Day 2015 » The Cinema Museum, London

Home Movie Day 2015 » The Cinema Museum, London

Home Movie Day 2015 Sat 7th Nov 11:00


For the eighth London Home Movie Day, film archivists will take time out of the vaults to help the public enjoy and save their home movies. Home Movie Day shows how home movies on 8mm, Super8, 9.5mm and 16mm offer a unique view of past life in London and of family history. There will be a free Film Clinic, staffed by volunteer film archivists, to which members of the public may bring their films for examination.
11.00 to 16.00. Entry free. Tea and cake will be available.Includes screenings of Mary Brian and John Decker’s Home Movies at 12.30
You don’t need to bring a film to attend and enjoy the event; everyone has the chance to win fabulous film-related prizes and can attend the free special screenings. More details here.

Eating Happiness » The Cinema Museum, London

Eating Happiness » The Cinema Museum, London

Screening of Eating Happiness (2015) Mon 2 & Wed 4, Mon 9, Mon 16, Thu 19 & Fri 20, Mon 23, Thu 26, Mon 30 Nov 19:30


Eating Happiness (2015) is the first call-to-action documentary to expose to the world the true nature  of dog meat consumption in Asia. Producer and Director Genlin takes you through the backstreets  and rural villages of Vietnam, South Korea, Thailand and China to disclose the brutal violence of the 
dog meat trade.
Doors open at 18.30, for a 19.30 start. Also screening in December and January.

Kinima presents Mr Vampire with live cine-variety » The Cinema Museum, London

Kinima presents Mr Vampire with live cine-variety » The Cinema Museum, London



Kinima presents Mr Vampire with live cine-variety Fri 6th Nov 18:00


Kinima are bringing Mr Vampire (1985), a rarely seen cult classic from Hong Kong, which has never had a UK cinema release. Directed by Ricky Lau and produced by Sammo Hung this film blends multiple genres, from Vampire hopping, to flying kung-fu kicks, crazy superstitions and of course, love. Added to this the usual (not to say unusual) selection of talented variety artistes introduced by the lovely Ophelia Bitz.
Doors open at 18.00. Screening at 20.15. Food and Drink served.

TRAINEE LETTINGS NEGOTIATOR ~ KENNINGTON ~ PRIME NATIONAL AGENT - Kennington, South East London (SE11) - Job: 63868467 - Totaljobs.com

TRAINEE LETTINGS NEGOTIATOR ~ KENNINGTON ~ PRIME NATIONAL AGENT - Kennington, South East London (SE11) - Job: 63868467 - Totaljobs.com

Location: KENNINGTON. Salary: up to 20k Basic + Comms + Car + Phone, up to 50k OTE. Job Type: Permanent. A fantastic opportunity to join this ... 

Solidgrooves London Winter Showcase in Kennington | Details & ticket prices

Solidgrooves London Winter Showcase in Kennington | Details & ticket prices

See Solidgrooves London Winter Showcase in Kennington - event details, location, entry prices and contact phone number. 

Friday, 23 October 2015

Gilbert and Sullivan archive saved by British Library | News | The Stage

Gilbert and Sullivan archive saved by British Library | News | The Stage

... It had previously been kept at D'Oyly Carte's base in Kennington and has not been fully examined. However, the British Library will restore any individual items ... 

British Library saves Richard D’Oyly Carte archives for the nation | Events & Attractions | Going Out | London Evening Standard

British Library saves Richard D’Oyly Carte archives for the nation | Events & Attractions | Going Out | London Evening Standard

... General manager Ian Martin, who started at the company in 1987, said: “The collection has mostly been kept in storage in Kennington for the last 10 years and ... 

Thursday, 22 October 2015

Kennington People on Bikes: Don't trust the car industry or the press

Kennington People on Bikes: Don't trust the car industry or the press

People and organisations who want to encourage active travel focus on
providing safe places for people to walk and cycle. They wouldn't dream
of ... 

SATURDAY MORNING PICTURES 6: Halloween Special » The Cinema Museum, London

SATURDAY MORNING PICTURES 6: Halloween Special » The Cinema Museum, London

Saturday Morning Pictures Halloween Special Sat Oct 31 10:00


Saturday Morning Pictures is back by popular demand! Join us for more vintage cartoons, cliffhangers, choc ices and choice entertainment – all with a spooky Halloween twist.
Tickets always sell fast so book early. Doors open at 09.30 for a 10.00 start.

For My Eyes Only: An Evening With John Glen » The Cinema Museum, London

For My Eyes Only: An Evening With John Glen » The Cinema Museum, London

For My Eyes Only: An Evening With John Glen Fri Oct 30 19:30


John Glen’s association with the James Bond films began in 1969, when he worked on the classic On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. He returned to edit and second unit direct The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979), before assuming directorial control of the series throughout the 1980s. Glen directed five consecutive Bond movies – For Your Eyes Only (1981), Octopussy (1983), A View to a Kill (1985), The Living Daylights (1987) and Licence to Kill (1989), a record that has never been matched. Join us for the launch of John's memoir, For My Eyes Only, published by Signum Books.
Doors open at 19.00, for a 19.30 start.

Kennington Talkies Presents Wings (1927) » The Cinema Museum, London

Kennington Talkies Presents Wings (1927) » The Cinema Museum, London

Kennington Talkies Presents Wings (1927) Thu Oct 29 19:30


The prototype of the aviation drama as we know it, Wings was noted at the time for its technical accuracy and convincing aerial scenes, due in no small part to Wellman having been the only director in Hollywood with actual experience as a fighter pilot.
Despite being a silent film amid the talkie revolution, this $2m production – astronomical for the times – was voted Best Picture at the first-ever Academy Awards ceremony in 1929.

The VITO Project Presents Outrageous! (1977) » The Cinema Museum, London

The VITO Project Presents Outrageous! (1977) » The Cinema Museum, London

The Vito Project presents Outrageous! (1977) Wed Oct 28 19:30


ReShape and the Cinema Museum have launched the VITO Project, a series of free monthly screenings bringing generations of LGBTs together to watch films and share ideas.
Outrageous! is a Canadian comedy film, released in 1977. Directed and written by Richard Benner, the film stars Craig Russell as Robin Turner, a female impersonator, and Hollis McLaren as Liza Conners, Turner’s schizophrenic roommate. Outrageous! was one of the first gay-themed films ever to receive widespread theatrical release in North America.
The screening will be followed by an open discussion.
This is a free event, but donations to the Museum will be welcome.

Bar news | New Grand Union site to partner with other traders

Bar news | New Grand Union site to partner with other traders

... Grand Union bars are in Farringdon (pictured), Clapham, Wandsworth, Camberwell, Chancery Lane, Camden, Kennington and Paddington. ...

MEMORIES: Looking after the kids | South London Press

MEMORIES: Looking after the kids | South London Press

... Noticing that most of its patients were from South London, and that the
south side of the Thames was not as well served by free specialist
paediatric healthcare, a decision was made to erect a new hospital at 1
Clapham Road, Kennington Oval.  ... 

Daniel Moult presents: Vauxhall Fireworks A concert of exciting pieces for organ and saxophone - 6th November

Friday November 6th, 7.30 pm St Peter's Vauxhall , 310 Kennington Lane SE11 5HY
Daniel Moult presents:
Vauxhall Fireworks
A concert of exciting pieces for organ and saxophone 
featuring works by Handel, Heath, Messaien and Marcello
Tickets £15  concessions £10
Half price by booking via e-mail on keyedup@stpetersvauxhall.com


Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Book your Christmas party at Root and Shoots

Screening of Who Taught You to Hate? (2014) with Q&A » The Cinema Museum, London

Screening of Who Taught You to Hate? (2014) with Q&A » The Cinema Museum, London



Screening of Who Taught You to Hate? (2014) with Q&A Sun 25th Oct 14:30


Who Taught You to Hate?
(2014) is a challenging, highly creative and ambitious film about body
dysmorphic disorder in the African diaspora, taking in themes of black
history, popular culture and media representations of the body,
featuring a narrative by performance artist MUUF, interview with artist /
academic Dr Ju Gosling, playful cut-out animation and recycled footage.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the director Basil
Kinghorn.
Doors open at 13.00, for a 14.00 start.
 

Kennington Bioscope presents Silent Laughter Saturday » The Cinema Museum, London

Kennington Bioscope presents Silent Laughter Saturday » The Cinema Museum, London
The Kennington Bioscope are very pleased to present their first Silent Laughter Saturday. Anyone interested in silent film should visit their website for more information. Includes classics from Laurel and Hardy, Buster Keaton, Walter Forde and Harold Lloyd, introduced by Kevin Brownlow, David Robinson, Matthew Ross and Anthony Slide.
First programme starts at 10.00.

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Tom Watson 'being lined up by unions to replace Jeremy Corbyn' | Politics | News | London Evening Standard

Tom Watson 'being lined up by unions to replace Jeremy Corbyn' | Politics | News | London Evening Standard

The pair sat at a table on Tuesday night in The Ship in Kennington with a red-haired woman, believed to be Karie Murphy – a friend of the union leader who ... 

Inside comedian Jenny Eclair's London garden | The Telegraph

Inside comedian Jenny Eclair's London garden | The Telegraph

There's a property in Kennington Road in south London where the moving starts from. Edwina [the heroine] takes the estate agent out into her garden and has ... 

Monday, 19 October 2015

Waterloo Library closure rubber-stamped by Lambeth cabinet [13 October 2015]

Waterloo Library closure rubber-stamped by Lambeth cabinet [13 October 2015]

... Next May a temporary library is due to open at the Oasis Centre in Kennington Road – with longer opening hours than the current library – but it is unclear how that library will be staffed and funded in the longer term. ...

Moment robber threatens takeaway worker with MEAT CLEAVER before calmly raiding till | Crime | News | London Evening Standard

Moment robber threatens takeaway worker with MEAT CLEAVER before calmly raiding till | Crime | News | London Evening Standard

He is believed to be the same man responsible for a robbery at an off licence in Kennington Road, Lambeth on October 10.” Anyone with any information is ... 

WATCH: Shocking Croydon Meat Cleaver Robbery | LBC

WATCH: Shocking Croydon Meat Cleaver Robbery | LBC

... 192097 or anonymously on Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 FREE. Police say they suspect he is the same man who robbed a shop in Kennington on Saturday. 

VIDEO: Robber raids Croydon takeaway armed with meat cleaver - Crime - London 24

VIDEO: Robber raids Croydon takeaway armed with meat cleaver - Crime - London 24

Detectives believe he is the same man who was responsible for a robbery at an off licence in Kennington Road in Lambeth last Saturday, and would like to hear ... 

INTERVIEW - Gary Wilmot talks to Kate Gould about growing up in Lambeth and his long career | South London Press

INTERVIEW - Gary Wilmot talks to Kate Gould about growing up in Lambeth and his long career | South London Press

... “I live in Bletchley now, the home of the codebreakers but I grew up in
Lambeth,” he says. “I was born off Kennington Lane and when I was three
we moved to the Lansdowne Green Estate. ... 

Meat cleaver wielding man threatens shop assistant into handing over cash (From This Is Local London)

Meat cleaver wielding man threatens shop assistant into handing over cash (From This Is Local London)

... It is thought he could be the same person responsible for a robbery at an off licence in Kennington Road, Lambeth on October 10. 
... 

Appeal following robbery in Croydon - Metropolitan Police

Appeal following robbery in Croydon - Metropolitan Police

Detectives investigating a robbery in Wellesley Road, Croydon, have issued CCTV footage in the hope of identifying a man they are keen to speak with ... He is believed to be the same man responsible for a robbery at an off licence in Kennington Road, Lambeth on Saturday, 10 October ...  

Letting Negotiator - Kennington Estate Agent - South East London (SE11) - Totaljobs/273023.001.535287 - 63809759 - Totaljobs.com

Letting Negotiator - Kennington Estate Agent - South East London (SE11) - Totaljobs/273023.001.535287 - 63809759 - Totaljobs.com

A Experienced Letting Consultant is required but one of London's leading brands for their busy Kennington office. The successful candidate will have ... 

Saturday, 17 October 2015

Dragon flags and Front Lever at Kennington Park - YouTube

Dragon flags and Front Lever at Kennington Park - YouTube

Erskine feels love at Dulwich Hamlet | South London Press

Erskine feels love at Dulwich Hamlet | South London Press
“As a local lad [Erskine was raised and still lives in Kennington] and as a youth player here, I always used to wonder if I'd make it at this level. I've managed to go ...

Do you know this man? Lambeth off-licence robbed at knifepoint | South London Press

Do you know this man? Lambeth off-licence robbed at knifepoint | South London Press
Police want to trace this man following a robbery in Kennington Road, Kennington, at 9.22pm on October 10. Detectives say a 22-year-old sales assistant was ...

Drug smuggling ring jailed - Metropolitan Police

Drug smuggling ring jailed - Metropolitan Police

Members of an international drug smuggling
ring which was responsible for the importation into the UK of tens of
millions pounds worth of heroin have been jailed for over 114 years. Today, Friday 16 October, at the Inner London Crown Court. ... During the evening of 3 September (2014), police swooped on a mini-cab as it drove along Bayliss Road, Kennington, SE1 ... 


Friday, 16 October 2015

Off licence worker threatened with a knife during robbery in Lambeth | Crime | News | London Evening Standard

Off licence worker threatened with a knife during robbery in Lambeth | Crime | News | London Evening Standard

The 22-year-old sales assistant was working at the store in Kennington Road, Lambeth, at about 9.20pm on Saturday, October 10, when a man approached the ... 

Police Hunt Man After Calmest Robbery You'll See | LBC

Police Hunt Man After Calmest Robbery You'll See | LBC

Detectices have released CCTV of the incident, which happend at an off-licence on Kennington Road on Saturday 10th October at 9.22pm. A man calmly walked ... 

CCTV issued following off licence robbery, Lambeth - Metropolitan Police

CCTV issued following off licence robbery, Lambeth - Metropolitan Police

... Detectives investigating a robbery on Kennington Road in Lambeth have issued CCTV footage in the hope of identifying a man they are keen to speak with. At 21.22hrs on Saturday, 10 October, police were called to reports of a robbery at an off licence on Kennington Road....
 

Thursday, 15 October 2015

Senior Lettings Negotiator - Kennington - Kennington, South East London (SE11) - Job: 63792257 - Totaljobs.com

Senior Lettings Negotiator - Kennington - Kennington, South East London (SE11) - Job: 63792257 - Totaljobs.com

Job details for a Senior Lettings Negotiator - Kennington job in Kennington, South East London (SE11) listed at Totaljobs.com - 63792257. 

Weekend travel information

From this week's TfL weekend travel information email.

Kennington - The A3 Kennington Park Road will be closed southbound on
Sunday from 21:00 until 05:00 on Monday. It will also be closed
northbound between the same times each night, between Monday 19 and
Wednesday 28 October. This is due to road resurfacing works. While we
will try to maintain a good service, buses may be diverted or stop
short of their normal destination.

You can sign up for the weekly email here: https://tfl.gov.uk/forms/12424.aspx

Allan Wilmot – Now you know : Monday 19 October, 6.45pm (7.15pm start), Durning Library


Allan-WilmotAllan Wilmot – Now you know
Monday 19 October, 6.45pm (7.15pm start), Durning Library
Meet Allan Wilmot who has lived in Lambeth for nearly 60 years. Allan will give an illustrated talk on his new book, Now You Know about his service for Britain in World War II and his unique career as an entertainer in the 1950s and 1960s.

Historic Wolves and Albion programmes up for auction « Express & Star

Historic Wolves and Albion programmes up for auction « Express & Star

The match was played at the Kennington Oval, now known as Surrey County Cricket Club, to a crowd of 15,000 on April 3. Albion boasted four England ... 

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Black History Month Festival (11/10/15) Kennington Park London - YouTube

Black History Month Festival (11/10/15) Kennington Park London - YouTube